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Of the floowing compound, which would you exoect to have the lowest vapor pressure at room temperature:

CHCl3
CH2Cl2
CH3Cl
CCl4

From my result I think it is CH2Cl2

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  1. The answer is CCl4 because it has the largest london forces.

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